Police seek witnesses to attacks by women accused of being paedophiles in West Midlands

Police seek witnesses to attacks by women accused of being paedophiles in West Midlands

A man was taken into custody after police raided an address in the West Midlands where women have been accused of being paedophiles.

It is the second UK incident involving an alleged sexual predator targeting children and young people. In 2015, an 18-year-old boy was arrested after being accused of grooming an 11-year-old boy online.

Two women, including a 14-year-old girl, have also been arrested in the past decade for allegations of rape and child sexual exploitation.

A Home Office spokesman said: “Officers conducted a thorough investigation into an incident in March 2015 in which one person was arrested in connection with an allegation of sexual activity with a child.

“The man arrested and bailed yesterday is a 39-year-old from Dewsbury, West Midlands. Police believe the incident took place in March or April 2015.

“This incident will not result in a prosecution and we are satisfied there has been no previous grooming in relation to this alleged sexual activity.

“We work closely with police and local authority social care and other partners to safeguard people’s identities.”

Home Office guidelines call for safeguarding children, aged 12 and over, and their families, “to be treated as such, and the personal information in a person’s account should be treated as such”.

Detective Constable Jon Evans, of West Midlands Police, said a member of the public had phoned police to report what they claime바카라 신규 가입 쿠폰d was a serious and organised grooming operation.

The alleged child victim, who has not been named, contacted police to tell them she was being offered £1,000 from other victims of abuse online.

After s인터넷 바카라 사이트earching the address, he was taken into custody and interviewed.

Det Supt Evans said he believed the operation was not about money. He added: “We believe the operation was about the a마이다스 호텔 카지노lleged grooming activity happening with the victim.

“These allegations are still ongoing and have not been properly investigated.”

Anyone with information is asked to call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111, or to email liz.baker@westmuir.police.uk.